After visiting Mississippi State again last week, Columbus high school (MS) running back Kylin Hill might be getting close to a commitment. Rated the nation’s No. 101 overall player, Hill has yet to visit Nebraska, but the Huskers along with Mississippi State are in his final two.
“Even if I commit to Nebraska or another school, I'm still going to visit (Nebraska), because I'm really considering them,” said Hill in a DM over Twitter with Big Red Report.
Hill was targeted by Nebraska in late March. Immediately Nebraska stuck out in the recruiting process due to their large fan support.
In an interview with Scout.com over the weekend, Hill stated Mississippi State, a home school, was No. 1 for his mom. If Nebraska ends up landing the four-star running back, mom will likely need to be impressed along the way.
“She basically researched Nebraska,” said Hill. “She said she saw all good signs regarding Nebraska. She just wants to visit and get a better feeling of the university and environment.”
While a decision could come at any time, it appears Nebraska will stay in his recruitment going forward no matter what.
Hill ran for 1,750 yards and 18 touchdowns in 2015, catching 21 passes for 334 yards and three scores.
Big Red Report will continue to monitor the situation.